bonne bouche

bonne bouche

(bɔn buʃ)
n, pl bonnes bouches (bɔn buʃ)
a tasty titbit or morsel
[literally: good mouth(ful)]
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Vermont Creamery's flagship aged cheese, Bonne Bouche, won first place in its category at the annual American Cheese Society competition.
"The bonne bouche of Pears Annual 1897 will be readily recognised in the two large Presentation Plates, after the late and ever-to-be-lamented President of the Royal Academy, Sir John Everett Millais, whose two chefs-d''oeuvre, the well-known pictures, 'Cherry Ripe' ' and 'Bubbles'', are now placed within the means of the million for the first time, so beautifully reproduced as scarcely to be distinguishable from the original pictures themselves...
A total of 11 fire appliances - eight pumps, two emergency tenders and a hydraulic platform - rushed to the former Bonne Bouche factory in Hartlepool after the empty building went up in flames.
The company said that pounds 140,000 of the fall in half year earnings was down to bad debt when Hartlepool client and frozen desserts maker Bonne Bouche went into administration this month with the loss of more than 200 job s.
(www.mozzco.com); Ewe-F-O, Fog Lights and Mad River Roll from Cypress Grove (www.cypressgrovechevre.com); and Bonne Bouche, Coupole and Bijou from Vermont Butter & Cheese (www.vtbutterandcheeseco.com).
Fast-growing frozen dessert specialist Bonne Bouche Frozen Limited have appointed STEVE BAKER as Non Executive Chairman.
Dessert specialists Bonne Bouche Frozen Limited, based in Hartlepool, have developed an outstanding range of hand crafted frozen desserts, created with the finest of ingredients.
Davies has found a significant amount of new material, notably on doctors created at Florence in his period and on payments to teachers; he supplies appendices listing administrators, doctorands, members of the colleges of doctors, and payments to teachers, which will prove an invaluable resource, and, as a bonne bouche, provides a transcript of an oration made by a non-Florentine student in the cathedral at Florence urging the continued fostering of the study of humanities.
Such an intuition adds piquancy to the bonne bouche of this new volume: Hunter's discussion of |courtly philosophy' in his section on |Sources and Traditions' in Campaspe.
The building on Oakesway was formerly occupied by Bonne Bouche, which manufactured frozen desserts.
Administrators were called into Bonne Bouche Frozen UK, at Hartlepool, which manufactured frozen desserts, in February, and the 242-strong workforce was made redundant.
The new cheeses are: Bijou, a fresh-ripened, soft-aged, artisan goat cheese made in the style of a French crottin with a mild balance of sweet and sour; Bonne Bouche, French for "tasty little bite," this ash-ripened, artisan goat cheese made by hand in the traditional French style offers a sweet and gentle flavor and a creamy texture; and Coupole, a hand-shaped cheese that resembles a snow-covered dome (coupole means "dome") that is mild and dense with a slightly creamy center.